ADHD Revisited

Thursday, February 28, 2019 -
12:00pm to 1:00pm

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Participants will learn how brain science informs more effective strategies to support children and youth with ADHD at home and at school.


Nomsa Gwalla-Ogisi, Professor at UWW in the College of Education and Professional Studies (COEPS), is a former public school teacher of social studies, history, biology, and Special Education in areas of Emotional/Behavioral Disorders, Learning Disabilities, Early Childhood Special Education, and Intellectual Disabilities. Nomsa has taught at universities in several countries both in general and special education. She consults with the U.S. Office of Special Education Programs, school districts nationally and internationally. She has trained with leading researchers in the field of ADHD, but also speaks from personal experience having raised children with ADHD.


Workshop Registration Form

Workshop Registration Form

Registration is required for all WI FACETS–sponsored workshops. You may use the form below to register or you may register by contacting Sandra McFarland at 877-374-0511. If you use the form, please make sure to include the title and date of the event you are registering for.

All WI FACETS-sponsored workshops are free.  Requests for any special accommodations must be made at least two weeks prior to the event. Please list any accommodations requested in the “Special Request” box below.